Harry Wilson: Fulham have nothing to fear in Premier League

Harry Wilson reckons Fulham’s 3-0 win over Brighton underlines that they can compete with any Premier League opposition.

The Whites made it back-to-back victories in the top flight and look to have sealed safety – meaning they will have a third straight season at that level.

Wilson put Fulham ahead before the Wales international crossed for Rodrigo Muniz to powerfully head home a second before the interval.

Substitute Adam Traore wrapped up the scoring with a composed finish.

Wilson told Premier League Productions: “We knew going into the game that Brighton would have large spells of the ball.

“We worked on it all week to make the most of when we could get it.

“Although they had a lot of the ball, we had the better chances and probably could have scored more.

“Rodrigo the last few weeks has been amazing. The goals have come and he deserves that. He always makes it hard for defenders and battles for the ball. The way he set up my goal shows that.

“We took the confidence of the result from last week into this game. To go to Old Trafford without Willian and Joao [Palhinha] and win was great. When we’re on it we can go toe-to-toe with anyone in this league.”

Fulham head coach Marco Silva added: “Really pleased and a great team performance. We were brave and knew when to press.

“We had a good mix and executed our game-plan really well. We were more assertive in the first half rather than the second.

“The spine of the team did really well this afternoon and we knew it would be important to win that battle.”

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